Lee Brackstone on the Crossing Border Festival in Den Haag.
PalFest may not be the best-known literary festival, but it serves to underline literature’s ability to transcend violence and hatred, says Lee Brackstone.... Read more
Faber has acquired The Secret Life by Andrew O’Hagan, a “significant and timely” work of non-fiction.
Faber is to publish The Fountain in the Forest, an "astonishing experiment in literary form" by Tony White.
Faber creative director Lee Brackstone has signed the “extraordinary” début novel of filmmaker Omar Robert Hamilton, set during and in the aftermath of Egypt’s Arab... Read more
Faber is to publish Richard T. Kelly's third novel, a "riveting drama" entitled The Knives.
Faber creative director Lee Brackstone has secured world language rights to Harry Parker’s début, Anatomy of a Soldier, from Matthew Hamilton at Aitken Alexander. The... Read more
Faber has signed Edna O’Brien’s first novel in 10 years. Creative director Lee Brackstone signed UK and Commonwealth rights in The Little Red Chairs from... Read more
Faber has signed three books from Paul Kingsnorth, completing a trilogy begun with his Man Booker Prize longlisted novel, The Wake. Lee Brackstone acquired UK... Read more
Faber Social creative director Lee Brackstone has signed Jack Sutherland’s Stars, Cars and Crystal Meth, a memoir of life as a PA to the rich... Read more